Photographer Levon Biss’ new book “Microsculpture: Portraits of Insects” (a continuation of his exhibition) shows bugs in a very different light. Rather than appearing as pests, they’re majestic. These detailed images are made by stitching together some 8,000 shots—a process that takes weeks. The time spent, though, is worth it as these portraits are remarkably pretty. See more at Popular Science.